One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Nature as a creative force or process; the essential or divine creative power.
Late 16th century; earliest use found in Barnaby Rich (1542–1617), soldier and author. From post-classical Latin natura naturans from classical Latin nātūra + post-classical Latin naturans, present participle of naturare. Compare Old French, Middle French, French nature naturante.
natura naturans/nəˈtʃʊərə ˈnatʃ(ə)ranz//nəˌtjʊərə ˈnatjʊranz//neɪˌtjʊərə ˈnatjʊranz/
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